Marsha Maharani (Marsha) has been graduated from Bachelor program of Law, University of Indonesia. Currently Marsha serves as a research at IJRS. Currently, Marsha works around women’s and children’s issues. Currently Marsha is involved in the monitoring and evaluation (monev) of the implementation of Supreme Court Regulation no. 3 of 2017 concerning Guidelines for Prosecuting Women in Conflict with the Law (Perma 3/2017) and Technical Guidance (bimtek) of the Attorney General’s Office regarding Guidelines for the Indonesian Prosecutor’s Office No. 1 of 2021 concerning Access to Justice for Women and Children in Handling Criminal Cases (Guidelines 1/2021). In addition, Marsha is also involved in advocacy and studies related to the Draft Law on the Elimination of Sexual Violence (RUU PKS).

Prior to becoming a Research Assistant, Marsha was an enumerator at IJRS in the Sexual Violence Verdict Indexation program. At the beginning of her career as a Research Assistant at IJRS, Marsha managed to write an article entitled “Just marry!: how the handling of sexual violence has not focused on the recovery and rights of victims” for the online media The Conversation with Bestha Inatsan (Researcher).


Bachelor of Law, Faculty of Law, University of Indonesia